Well differentiated squamous cell carcinoma: case report

Pradkhshana Vijay

Oral squamous cell carcinoma (OSCC) is a malignant neoplasm which arises from the oral epithelium. Around 90% of the malignancies of oral cavity present as OSCC. Many factors are associated with etiology of OSCC which include socio-economic status, personal habits, environmental factors and health care. Mostly occurs in middle aged male patients. We report a case of OSCC of right side of face occurring in 45 years old male patient. Review of literature and treatment of the case has been discussed.

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